The ultimate adventure experience day in the mountains, our Rock Climbing Experience Day will leave you buzzing and in love with the new sport of your life!

Rock Climbing - Northern Ireland - Mourn

Price: £160 (for up to two people)

Locations: Mournes, Dalkey Quarry

Activity Length: Full day (7 hours)

How To Book:

To book a private session on dates that suit you - minimum of 2 people to create such a booking (unless you are happy to pay for 2 and get  full private day) - click the "Book Now"  button below..

Our experienced rock climbing instructors will take you safely through the process of what it's like to climb on real rock in the mountains. We will introduce little bits of information as needed so that it's easily digestable and you can focus on the important stuff, and that's getting up the rock face! Let us deal with everything else. We may even give you a pointer here and there to let you know about hidden hand holds or places to stand if needed.

Throughout this full length experience day we will get you to do as much climbing as possible and leaving you both tired and exhilarated, heading home dreaming about your next day out on the rock! A real adventure experience and not to be missed!

Topics that may be covered (experience dependent):

  • Introduction to  climbing equipment

  • Attaching to the rope & Introduction to climbing calls

  • Movement skills

  • Introduction to belaying & the belay system

  • Safety in the mountains & weather

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What's included:

  • Fully qualified and experienced Rock Climbing Instructors to guide you on amazing rock climbs

  • Comfortable climbing harness (not the centre type ones with no padding)

  • Climbing Helmet

  • Climbing Shoes - most centres make you climb in trainers which really makes it hard!

  • All other technical equipment

  • Routes selected specifically for your abilities

  • Digital pictures and videos of your day so you can remember it forever

  • A guaranteed good day out in the hills with lots of stunning views and interesting things to learn!

What to bring:

  • A completed Health Declaration & Registration Form - see footer of page for link

  • Any medication you may need

  • Good hiking boots that are well broken in

  • Map and compass if you have them

  • A rucksack with waterproof liner

  • Head torch with spare batteries

  • Emergency bivvy

  • Fully charged mobile

  • Water proof jacket and trousers

  • Lots of light top layers

  • Hat and gloves 

  • Lunch and water

  • Anything else on the kit list - this will be sent at the booking stage (also available at the bottom of the page)